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About bugstabber

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  1. Happy birthday and may God bless you today!

  2. I think I read somewhere that mucous in the stool is a symptom of Celiac disease.
  3. It's the same webpage that I originally posted.
  4. Di Lusso is a deli meat brand made by Hormel. I don't know if it is sold all across the US, but the HyVee stores in the midwest carry it. On the website it stated that the beef summer sausage was gluten free along with mustards, etc. I checked with the company and they stated: "The only non-gluten free DI LUSSO Deli meat would be the Olive Loaf; all other deli meats would be gluten free." This is great news for me, I can get a couple ounces for a quick lunch on the run. Here's the Hormel website with the gluten free product list:
  5. I have double DQ1, malabsorbtion is 487.
  6. No I haven't tried it yet, the grocery store didn't have any iodine. My husband is home recovering from knee surgery so when I have a little more free time I'll track some down. It said a 30% solution, so I'm wondering if it is sold full strength or what. I guess I'll just soak a bandage and wear it overnight or so and see what happens. Thanks for the replies. I'll let you know what happens.
  7. I'm surprised no one here has heard about this.
  8. I'm wondering if we're talking about two different things. The patch test I read about led me to believe that I could create the DH blisters with the test. Here's the link:
  9. Could you tell me how to do the iodine patch test? I found where you use a 30% iodine solution, but can you put it on a bandage? How long does it have to be on the skin? Thanks.
  10. Hey thanks for the reply, I'll check into it! You're a new member too, did you sign in just to answer my question? If so I'm honored!
  11. Hi, I usually have it during the night. I used to think it was pre-menopause! Now I believe it was the gluten, as it has virtually gone away except when I may have had gluten. I just wondered if others had the same experience. Stay well.
  12. I ended up doing a search, and found this thread:
  13. Do you ever spike a fever when you've been glutened?
  14. I said a prayer for the both of you, hope everything goes well.
  15. So, what would a lab range for total IgA be?